[Gridflow-dev] ltilib in gridflow cvs
sesselastronaut at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 13 05:03:36 EST 2007
i just subscribed & posted this thread to gridflow-dev
Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2007, olsen wrote:
>> ./patched/ltiLinConfig.h:139: error: expected unqualified-id before ?<<?
> You have a conflict in that file. You prolly should remove that file
> and try again. It's because it's both in the CVS and produced by
> 'make'. I don't know why.
i removed the file & did a make clean & new ruby 1.9 configure
so make gives me:
olsen at ll-928:~/pd/extra/gridflow/optional/rblti$ make
g++ -c -I./generated -I./patched -I/home/matju/include/ltilib
In file included from ./patched/ltiTypes.h:36,
./patched/ltiConfig.h:39:29: error: ltiMacroSymbols.h: No such file or
./patched/ltiConfig.h:51:28: error: ltiLinConfig.h: No such file or
./patched/ltiTypes.h:61: error: ‘_LTI_BYTE’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:62: error: ‘_LTI_BYTE’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:63: error: ‘_LTI_WORD16’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:64: error: ‘_LTI_WORD16’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:65: error: ‘_LTI_WORD32’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:66: error: ‘_LTI_WORD32’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:67: error: ‘_LTI_WORD64’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:68: error: ‘_LTI_WORD64’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:72: error: ‘int32’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:73: error: ‘int32’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:75: error: ‘int32’ does not name a type
./patched/ltiTypes.h:76: error: ‘int32’ does not name a type
make: *** [alt_types.o] Error 1
all with an actual cvs version update via cvs update -dP
& another - how do i get gridflow configure to detect my gem sources?
due to my configure output and config.log its not found though i've them in
thanks for help & salutis
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